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Note: This article applies only to Stitch Classic.
- Enable Multi-Warehousing
- Add/Edit Warehouses
- Update Channel Settings
- View Stock Across Multiple Warehouses
- Assign a Warehouse to a Sales Order
- Assign a Warehouse to a Purchase Orders
- Transfer Stock Between Warehouses
Enable multi-warehousing via Stitch Settings > Feature Settings > Multi-Warehousing Settings:
Note: If you disable multi-warehousing, Stitch will combine all stock back into a single pool of inventory. Re-enabling won't restore prior warehouses.
You can delete a warehouse as long as it isn't the default warehouse or assigned to any sales orders, purchase orders, transfer orders, or sales channels. Any stock on a deleted warehouse is automatically allocated back to the default warehouse.
Note: Once a company location is set as a warehouse, it can't be set back to a non-warehouse location.
Set quantity available for this channel to matchPush available stock from a single warehouse or the aggregate across all warehouses.
Default Fulfillment WarehouseStitch will automatically assign new orders to this warehouse. When Stitch builds a variant from this channel, any stock listed on the channel will be allocated to this warehouse.
Overflow Fulfillment Warehouse (Optional)When pushing available stock from multiple warehouses, you may get orders that can't be fulfilled from your default fulfillment warehouse. Set overflow warehouses to automatically search for a warehouse that can fulfill the entire order.
Each warehouse has its own stock columns on the Variants page. Click the ⚙️ icon in the upper-right of the table to add stock views for each warehouse:
Note: The Inventory CSV and Variant Detail pages will also show stock amounts for each warehouse.
Edit any open order to change its fulfillment warehouse. Stitch will commit and decrement stock against whichever warehouse you select. For more on how sales orders affect stock, see Closing Sales Orders.
Note: Each sales order can have only one warehouse.
Note: Each purchase order can have only one warehouse.transfer orders to move stock from one warehouse to another. Transfer orders are especially useful when coordinating stock movement between two locations staffed by different teams.